Shanore News

Musings, ramblings and thought provoking articles from our team of talented writers - all views expressed are their own!

Sophie from Made of Jewelry Takes a Look at Some of Our Claddagh Pendants

Sophie is the  Founder & Blogger of Made of Jewelry. She is a twenty-something (thirty is getting close!) gal based in Europe. She was kind enough to take a look at our Claddagh pendant embellished with crystals from Swarovski® , Claddagh Birthstone pendant and our Celtic Knot Stone Set ring. Read her full review at Made […]

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Tina Chivy Chia Takes a Look at Shanore Jewelry Embellished with Swarovski Crystals

Tina Chivy Chia is a fashion and lifestyle blogger, and was excited to talk about our jewelry. Check out her full blog post: All Good Things With Flare Jeans I love pairing my outfits with dainty jewelry. It enhances the look rather than provide an overwhelming essence. Both my shamrock bracelet and Claddagh Ring are […]

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A Token Toward Immigration

Many people have stories of how they immigrated to the U.S. and found a better way of life. For one man, his story of relocation is proving to be painstaking. What would you do? Over ten years ago, an Irish man came to the United States. He wanted a better life and his visit hinged […]

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Mothers Align No Matter What

Can you imagine being adopted by your actual mother who had chosen to hide the pregnancy? One man has lived this and gone on to share his extraordinary tale. Tim Brannigan is many unique things. For starters, he’s black and an Irish Republican. What that last part means is that he is part of the […]

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Bringing Him Back His Son

Some stories tug at the heart. What has his life been like since being separated from his father? A boy was led away from his father, the only one he ever knew. Now, three years later through luck, chance and what seems like good old-fashioned karma, they can finally be together again. That is, they […]

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Invisible Pain, Irish Pride

Wearing s symbol of your love of Irish pride is usually rather obvious. What about things that aren’t easily seen by the naked eye? When you see someone walking down the street, it is usually easy to size them up rather quick-like. Depending on who you are, you may walk into a store and see […]

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Trump for President; Bad for America, Good for Ireland

This year the United States will pick a new president. But, who will it be and how will it effect the world? Recently, a poll indicated that close to 30% of Americans would consider uprooting from America if Donald Trump should be elected as the next president. In other words, walk out of your front […]

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Remembrance for the Little Sisters

Remember the phrase “you only appreciate what you had, when it is gone?” For the little sisters out there, be grateful for them while you still can. Having a little sister, a young niece or an itty-bitty cousin is a blessing. Little children are darlings as everything they wear looks great on them, even with […]

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